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Guatemalan-based documentary informs students about female violence

The director of Justice For My Sister, Kimberly Bautista, gives an introduction of her documentary regarding the violence and injustices women in Guatemala face. Photo credit: Natalie Jimenez

Natalie Jimenez

March 11, 2016

The Central American United Student Association (CAUSA) welcomed students to their first Central American Film Experience (CAFÉ) of the semester, on Wednesday night to watch a documentary about the high amount of violence and injustices women in Guatemala face. The documentary, Justice For My Siste...

Central American studies hosts panel discussion on student activism

Karthic Ramakrishnan from the University of  California, Riverside gives a lecture at the Central American Studies lecture at the Northridge Center on April 28. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Photo Editor)

Gabby Escamilla

April 29, 2014

Student activism was one of the panel discussions held by the Central American studies department as part of a symposium on migration at the Northridge Center on April 28. Devora Gonzalez, a graduate from the University of Arizona, discussed the recent issues surrounding State Bill 1070. The Ar...

New CSUN Club Receives Backlash

Samantha Tata

February 2, 2011

For the second week in a row, dissenting voices made themselves heard before the AS Senate regarding a potential new club on campus. The introduction of Salvadorian American Leadership and Education Fund (SALEF) to CSUN's campus has been met with strong opposition from faculty and students in the ...

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